Hi, any one here?

kei
2003-08-06
2003-08-29
  • kei

    kei - 2003-08-06

    sorry that what i mean is "can the jwma running in a chinese platform?"
    As when i run it, it say it have no the bundle resources "zh_HK". When i turn back my windows regional environment setting to "en". The jwma run well. So, i would like to ask is there any ways i can do to get the viewcontent and errormessage for "zh_HK"? Thanks a lot ^^

     
    • Dieter Wimberger

      You will have to translate the bundles from one of the existing languages to your specific one and store them properly encoded.
      Then you have to add the new language to the configuration (although I think it will only accept the non spezialized two letter code i.e. zh in your case).

      Regards,
      Dieter

       
    • Compl Yue Still

      Compl Yue Still - 2003-08-29

      I found it runs okay in my chinese version of Win2k, but it displays Chinese within the subject with ??? will you give me some hint to overcome this problem? I tried to use ServletResponse.setLocale() at each request processing, but ServletResponse.getCharacterEncoding() still returns "ISO-8859-1", so it didn't solve. Please kindly give me some suggestions to get it display Chinese encoded in "GB2312" correctly.

      Best Regards,
      Compl

       

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